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Old 27th April 2015, 12:58 PM   #1
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Is it possible to drive two aleph 3 (vertical biamp) with one Aleph L or do I have to take an Aleph P?
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Question for Mr.Pass (Aleph P vs L)
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sorry , when I read it again ........ this one certainly isn't clear enough :

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you had exactly 6 months to try it by your self

off course it's possible

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I know that there are two outputs but this does'n't mean that automatically any preamp CAN drive WELL two amplifiers. It needs to have balls (current) at the outputs. I know that the Aleph L is passive until 3 o'clock position ...so I think that it may have problems to drive two Aleph 3.
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It will drive them fine.




Also in the passive settings?
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